Practical passwordless authentication comes a step closer with WebAuthn
Apr11

Practical passwordless authentication comes a step closer with WebAuthn

Enlarge (credit: Pablo Viojo / Flickr) The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and FIDO Alliance today announced that a new spec, WebAuthn (“Web Authentication”) had been promoted to the Candidate Recommendation stage, the penultimate stage in the Web standards process. WebAuthn is a specification to allow browsers to expose hardware authentication devices—USB, Bluetooth, or NFC—to sites on the Web. These hardware...

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